From the future no one knows
I kept thinking about this expression "tomorrow you never know" and, like every good bullfighter, impossibility of amusing myself with the uncertain. I know, this is silly, since there is no point in trying to control the future. Still, my little sense of life says quietly.
What torture, my foot upon the ground. The other day I heard that to deal with the unforeseen only with an unforeseen force. Totally agree: I and the whole world of living things know and live on the basis of the inconstant, the chaos, and we also know a power coming from where it is known.
It is a fact that the human being fears change. It is a fact that any different movement demands a new thinking, a new posture, a new mechanics. The question remains to what extent my disposition and courage have the strength to walk. The extent to which my desire to know a dreamed life has the breath to ensure its fulfillment.
At the end of the day, both disposition and courage and breath are all about choice. And when we wake up in the morning and ask ourselves "gym or sleep a little more?" thinking merely in that instant, the impression it gives is that this is a choice without consequences, innocuous. But as one day follows another, a displeasure ends up bringing one more, and another, and yet another. Until, in this specific case, the sedentarism turns into diabetes, high pressure, overweight, sometimes depression.
This is why I stay here, stirring my neurons, trying to understand what are the traps and blessings that I impose and cultivate.
Am I being overly demanding of myself? Is it good that "tomorrow you never know" because, in this way, we can reinvent every day? But on the other hand, reinventing everyday is not too tiring?
Which pieces do we need to change and which ones should we keep and improve? I do not know. At least, not yet. Will I ever know? Ah ... questions, questions ... they say that the question still lives.
Well, asking this way, we will live for another 200 years at least. "The future is back and forth and to the side" (Clarice Lispector)
Ah, love! Such a beautiful and romanticized feeling, a synonym of happiness and romance, can also bring us grief, because he is not alone responsible for the success of the relationship. Besides it, the relation also depends on the admiration we have for the other, for the character and qualities, and also for the way I feel loved and complete.
Want to keep a marriage happy? Allow your husband to have extra-marital affairs. This, at least, is the recipe for a harmonious two-way life suggested by the French psychologist Maryse Vaillant. The specialist caused controversy by defending in the book Les hommes, l? Amour, la fidélité ("Men, love, "In the book, she says that most men need" their own space "and that, for them," infidelity is almost a thing of the past.